MeetTheBoss eBook: Understanding The Cloud Journey

MeetTheBoss eBook: Understanding The Cloud Journey

by Adam Burns

Welcome to the cloud. Would you like your service public, private or hybrid?

Indeed, the three staples of cloud as we know them today are anything but. As organisations across the globe – agnostic of industry – jostle to define what the cloud means to them, the discussion continues in earnest for CIOs and Heads of IT looking to better establish their cloud-based journeys. How do we know?

Because over the past eight months, we’ve been working with Hewlett Packard on a series of exclusive MeetTheBoss Roundtables focused on unveiling new insight into the cloud journey for Senior IT executives across Europe.

From the on-going debate around cost, to looking at cloud from IaaS, PaaS and SaaS perspectives – via myriad variations of what the business expects – each 90-minute roundtable pioneered new conversations for six-leading decision makers across a number of disparate industries, all looking to knowledge-share and overcome the very real challenges they face today.

As a result, we’ve created an eBook in association with Hewlett Packard to take that knowledge sharing one step further – and in the process, help you better benchmark your cloud journey.

Inside, you’ll find unique takeaways from those at the forefront of change, touching upon what ‘costing less’ really means to the business; how security concerns are impacting platform choice; where responsibility for cloud functions sits within the enterprise; and, perhaps most importantly, how to better define the future of your business in the cloud.

To view the eBook, head on over to our Ebook Page  and start flicking.

If you’d like to be considered for any of our future roundtables, simply choose a date and time that works for you and your diary on our Roundtable page, and one of our Producers will get in touch with you within 24 hours. Simple.

Adam Burns
Adam Burns
Editor-in-chief and Presenter at MeetTheBoss TV

Adam has interviewed over 450 chief executives from Adidas to Zappos. He has spoken on communication, leadership, and innovation at several major conferences, for organisations as diverse as CA and CeBIT, and is Master of Ceremonies for a number of brilliant business events.